Sunday, November 22, 2020

"We Are Perseus"

It's been a very busy week here at Secret Sun Central. Sybilline emanations have been extremely powerful this week, as one would expect from the living embodiment of Synchronicity. 

I'm getting material ready for Secret Sun v1.5 and wrapping up a mystery project, all at the same time I just happened to inadvertently stumble on the key to many ciphers and puzzles that people have been trying to solve for a very, very long time. 

It's kind of been blowing my mind, to tell the truth.

A lot of people had been asking me about the "Release the Kraken" meme in connection to recount debacle. I wasn't really interested considering that that's become a very common phrase and the Kraken is a Norse myth that the late, great Beverley Cross borrowed for the original Clash of the Titans.


The fact that the phrase caught on as a meme triggered the Knowles' First Law tripwire, but my interest in the recount ritual is near zero. It's all just inside Beltway baseball, all about negotiating positions and backstage dealmaking. I don't think Trump has any interest in a second term and will probably enjoy watching the media (including social media) collapse without him propping it up. People tend to forget that Twitter was very wobbly before the 2016 election and the place feels like a wake at the moment. 

So I had no interest in the meme until some Deep State dipshit tried to jumpstart the tired carnival with the "We Are Perseus" hashtag that I took another look.

I keep telling you that these tools are not smart, or even curious. Further proof of this came when the swamp thing in question dumped on Trumpsters by taunting them that they didn't read Greek mythology to see how the Kraken ultimately fared. A two-second search would inform this genius that the Kraken isn't a Greek myth and was originally inserted into the Perseus storyline for an 80s fantasy movie.

This galaxy brain made the same error. Advice to bluechecks: make sure you have the basic facts right before accusing someone else of being stupid and ignorant.

Here's where the hashtag creator works. Boy, I feel safer already.

I have no idea what the hell this is all about. Any ChuckECheezGaters who can explain the significance of pineapple on pizza? I'd look it up but I just took a shower and don't want to feel filthy again.

And then I caught this story about Rudy Giuliani and Dyegate. I seriously doubted that this was an accident, given the fact that this guy's been given press conferences for 40 years. He couldn't have been in that much of a hurry.

Then I noticed the weird, exaggerated expressions Rudy was making and the first thing that came to mind was that famous painting of Medusa. Could this be yet another part of the ritual liturgy?

I mean, it's not like Rudy is any stranger to Mithraic humiliation rituals.

Our man JB recently pointed this out:

Trump lawyer Lin Wood on twitter says Biden stole 7 million votes from Trump, as well as adding 10 million fake votes to their own count, so 17 million more total than they should have.

Back in 2016, Hillary was accused of having stolen 3 million votes.

17 - 3, as usual.

I'm looking for more Mithro-Perseusean symbology out there. I recently added the Goodyear logo to the list, seeing as its one of the flying sandals Hermes gave Perseus for his mission to kill Medusa.

Sure enough, a weird Hermes story was in the news recently

And then I remembered that Goodyear was in the news recently, too. The date of the Tweet caught my eye. Was this yet another ritual, given the symbolism at work?

Here are some other notable events taking place of August 19th. You tell me.

    295 BC – The first temple to Venus, the Roman goddess of love, beauty and fertility, is dedicated by Quintus Fabius Maximus Gurges during the Third Samnite War. 

    43 BC – Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus, later known as Augustus, compels the Roman Senate to elect him Consul.

       1561 – Mary, Queen of Scots, aged 18, returns to Scotland after spending 13 years in France.[4]

    1612 – The "Samlesbury witches", three women from the Lancashire village of Samlesbury, England, are put on trial, accused of practicing witchcraft, one of the most famous witch trials in British history.

       1692 – Salem witch trials: In Salem, Province of Massachusetts Bay, five people, one woman and four men, including a clergyman, are executed after being convicted of witchcraft.

    1745 – Prince Charles Edward Stuart raises his standard in Glenfinnan: The start of the Second Jacobite Rebellion, known as "the 45".

    1772 – Gustav III of Sweden stages a coup d'état, in which he assumes power and enacts a new constitution that divides power between the Riksdag and the King.

    1782 – American Revolutionary War: Battle of Blue Licks: The last major engagement of the war, almost ten months after the surrender of the British commander Charles Cornwallis following the Siege of Yorktown.

    1812 – War of 1812: American frigate USS Constitution defeats the British frigate HMS Guerriere off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada earning the nickname "Old Ironsides".

    1848 – California Gold Rush: The New York Herald breaks the news to the East Coast of the United States of the gold rush in California 

    1909 – The Indianapolis Motor Speedway opens for automobile racing. Wilfred Bourque and his mechanic are killed during the first day's events.[5]

    1934 – The German referendum of 1934 approves Hitler's appointment as head of state with the title of Führer.

    1936 – The Great Purge of the Soviet Union begins when the first of the Moscow Trials is convened.

    1944 – World War II: Liberation of Paris: Paris, France rises against German occupation with the help of Allied troops.

    1945 – August Revolution: Viet Minh led by Ho Chi Minh take power in Hanoi, Vietnam.

    1953 – Cold War: The CIA and MI6 help to overthrow the government of Mohammad Mosaddegh in Iran and reinstate the Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.

    1960 – Cold War: In Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union, downed American U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers is sentenced to ten years imprisonment by the Soviet Union for espionage.

    1960 – Sputnik program: Korabl-Sputnik 2: The Soviet Union launches the satellite with the dogs Belka and Strelka, 40 mice, two rats and a variety of plants.

    1964 – Syncom 3, the first geostationary communication satellite, is launched. Two months later, it would enable live coverage of the 1964 Summer Olympics.

    1980 – Saudia Flight 163, a Lockheed L-1011 TriStar burns after making an emergency landing at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, killing 301 people.

    1987 – Hungerford massacre: In the United Kingdom, Michael Ryan kills sixteen people with a semi-automatic rifle and then commits suicide.

    1989 – Several hundred East Germans cross the frontier between Hungary and Austria during the Pan-European Picnic, part of the events that began the process of the Fall of the Berlin Wall.

    1991 – Dissolution of the Soviet Union, August Coup: Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev is placed under house arrest while on holiday in the town of Foros, Ukraine.

    1991 – Crown Heights riot begins. 

    2002 – Khankala Mi-26 crash: A Russian Mil Mi-26 helicopter carrying troops is hit by a Chechen missile outside Grozny, killing 118 soldiers.

    2003 – A car-bomb attack on United Nations headquarters in Iraq kills the agency's top envoy Sérgio Vieira de Mello and 21 other employees.

    2003 – A suicide attack on a bus in Jerusalem, Israel, planned by Hamas, kills 23 Israelis, seven of them children, in the Shmuel HaNavi bus bombing.

    2009 – A series of bombings in Baghdad, Iraq, kills 101 and injures 565 others.

All of them witches, eh?